Symphony

Symphony, an elaborate orchestral composition consisting usually of four contrasted and related movements; began to take distinctive shape in the 17th century, and was for long merely a form of overture to operas, &c., but as its possibilities were perceived was elevated into an independent concert-piece, and as such exercised the genius of Mozart and Haydn, reaching its perfection of form in the symphonies of Beethoven.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Symphlagades * Synagogue
Sydney
Sydney, Algernon
Syllogism
Sylphs
Sylvester, St.
Sylvester, St.
Symbolism
Syme, James
Symonds, John Addington
Symphlagades
Symphony
Synagogue
Synagogue, the Great
Syncretism
Syndicate
Synergism
Synesius, Bishop Ptolemais
Synod
Synoptic Gospels
Syra
Syracuse